This is an Administration Plugin for Goobi workflow. It allows to edit ruleset xml files directly from the user interface.
This plugin is used to directly edit the ruleset files of Goobi workflow directly from the user interface within the web browser.
After installation, the plugin can be found in its own entry in the
Administrationmenu, from where it can be opened.
Open plugin without loaded file
After opening, all Goobi ruleset files are listed on the left-hand side. These can be opened by clicking on the respective icon in order to edit them.
Open plugin with loaded file
If you open a file, a text editor appears on the right-hand side in which the file can be edited. If you edit and save a file, a backup is automatically created in the defined backup directory.
According to the value set in the configuration file, a certain number of older backups are retained here before they are replaced by newer ones.
Files within the backup directory
If a file has been changed and an attempt is made to change to another file without saving it, the operator is asked how to proceed with the changes.
Demand for unsaved data
The plugin consists in total of the following files to be installed:
These files must be installed in the correct directories so that they are available under the following paths after installation:
The plugin is configured via the configuration file
plugin_intranda_administration_ruleset_editor.xmland can be adapted during operation. The following is an example configuration file:
<!-- By editing a ruleset file in the browser GUI, a backup file will be stored in the backup directory -->
<!-- backup files will be stored as ruleset.xml.1, ruleset.xml.2, ..., ruleset.xml.n -->
The parameters within this configuration file have the following meanings:
This plugin has its own permission level for use. For this reason, users must have the necessary rights.
No access without correct rights
Therefore, please assign the following right to the user group of the corresponding users:
Correctly assigned right for the users